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Reviews by Dai Alanye

Harding's Luck

by E. Nesbit

A rather charming tale, as Nesbit's generally are. Goes along well most of the way until the author feels the need to "explain" the magic, which might have better been left a mystery.

[I ignore stars]

Reviewed on 2015.09.11

Hell Is Coming

by N.P. Martin

I, on the other hand, soon after beginning felt like throwing it against the wall, and would have if it hadn't been on my Nook.

Someone greatly needs a writing coach and a copy editor.

If I bothered with stars this would rate a two but I'd give it a one for excessive foul language.

Reviewed on 2015.09.11

The Submarine Boat

by R. Austin Freeman

I think it's fair to say that Freeman, while rarely spectacular, is always worth reading. I only wish we had more of his works.

[I ignore stars]

Reviewed on 2015.09.11

The Adventures of Harry Revel

by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

I usually have difficulty finishing these pseudo-autobiographical 19th century tales but this one went down quite well.

[I ignore stars]

Reviewed on 2015.09.02

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